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Future of Work: What Does The IBM and Box Partnership Mean?
Thu, Jun 25th 2015 8:17a   Alan Lepofsky
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Collaboration Hits The Big Screen
Thu, Jun 11th 2015 5:01p   Alan Lepofsky
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Can you see beyond your own beliefs?
Sat, Jun 6th 2015 10:16a   Alan Lepofsky
Here is a wonderful story by a wise friend of mine Tom Dickson. I love the section: "challenging a believer of conspiracy theories, I’ve learned, is a waste of time ... however strong your argument, he contorts it to fit his beliefs ... however reputable your sources, he dismisses them as complicit in the conspiracy … further discussion, you soon realize, is pointless, and you’re tempted to just leave it at that and move on." The same holds for any "firm believer" whethe
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Collaboration Around Files - A Case Study On Working With Clients
Fri, Jun 5th 2015 3:44p   Alan Lepofsky
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Moving Beyond Likes To Business Actions
Fri, May 29th 2015 2:37p   Alan Lepofsky
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Google Now - Helping You Get Things Done
Fri, May 29th 2015 12:24p   Alan Lepofsky
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Getting the Swing of Microsoft Sway
Fri, May 22nd 2015 11:15a   Alan Lepofsky
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Can Microsoft Spark the Next Generation of Collaboration
Mon, May 11th 2015 12:30p   Alan Lepofsky
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Next Generation Collaboration and Microsoft’s Vision for Dynamic Teamwork
Mon, May 11th 2015 12:26p   Alan Lepofsky
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Citrix Podio Gets @DBLookups... Sort Of
Fri, Apr 24th 2015 12:34p   Alan Lepofsky
Citrix Podio is a platform for developing applications which can be used on the web or mobile devices. People can build business applications by simply drag and droping fields to create forms and views. It requires very little development knowledge and no actual programming language skills. Then have recently added a feature I asked for, which allows you to limit the choices that are displayed in drop down lists. While I like the addition, you still have to create a view for each filtered va




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